Enter the Dragon

Enter the Dragon

DVD - 2004
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Lee goes to the island of a warlord of crime, Han, who carries on his opium smuggling and prostitution activities under the disguise of a martial arts academy. Determined to avenge the death of his sister, Lee penetrates Han's stronghold and enters a brutal martial arts tournament Han is staging.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, c2004
Edition: Two-disc special ed
ISBN: 9780790784236
Branch Call Number: DVD ACTION/ADVENTURE Ent, 2 disc
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (102 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in


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Jan 25, 2018

Bruce Lee, man. Bruce Lee!

Nov 28, 2017

The "restored" version, has another 3 minutes of Bruce Lee's philosophy, as he "teaches," his student, near the beginning of the film. The opening scene, Bruce Lee has a Shaolin fight demonstration with Sammo Kam-Bo Hung (uncredited) and later with Jackie Chan (uncredited), in the underground opium factory.
Also featured is Kien Shih (Expert at Northern Shaolin Kung Fu); and Angela Mao (aka Lady Whirlwind), playing Bruce's sister.
This includes a nice 19 minute documentary, Bruce Lee in His Own Words, which uses one some of the clips, from the only surviving interview with Bruce Lee, by Canadian Pierre Berton, filmed in 1971.
Unfortunately, Bruce Lee died on July 20, 1973, days before this film was release internationally.
This is the most slick and professionally filmed movie of Bruce Lee's, as it was a joint venture, between Warner Brothers and Concord Productions (a Bruce Lee and Raymond Chow company founded in 1971 in Hong Kong).
A classic film, as it showed Bruce Lee at top form. It is hard to imagine, that this, the last of his four complete films, were done in a two year period, and after he had "suffered a severe back injury, [on August 12, 1970] while attempting some heavy weightlifting before warming up properly." BL: the Evolution of a Martial Artist (2013).

Jul 10, 2015

Although fight choreography has been done better in other movies, nothing beats Bruce Lee in such an iconic role.

Apr 29, 2015

Rated 8/10.

Aug 20, 2014

A true Bruce Lee classic! I love it!

Mar 16, 2014

Wow, where to start with this film. This movie is a legendary one and is action packed with late martial arts legend Bruce Lee. This film had an amazing cast, great setting, awesome plot and well-choreographed action. This was Bruce Lee’s last full film he acted as Game of Death was completed after he died, but with this movie he left his legacy with a huge bang. And what a bang of a film this was, it’s so legendary posters are still being sold and quotes from the film are still said till this day. In my opinion this was a great movie and one I will never forget as it had some very memorable sequences and imagery that has been etched into my mind. One scene in particular has to be the final fight sequence with Bruce and the boss of the tournament, the way it was filmed was excellent and the action was pulled off was so extravagant people forget their even watching a movie. John Saxon and Jim Kelly play their parts well and Bolo Yeung makes an appearance as this muscular martial artist in the tournament. One of my favourite lines from this film was said by Bruce Lee himself, when the Caucasian martial artist breaks the board in front of him, Bruce turns towards him and says “boards don’t hit back”. Just these words alone made us the audience realise just how confident and professional Bruce was, not only that but he was very insightful and some of his philosophy is shown throughout the film. Overall I give this film a 5/5, as I really loved it and it was Bruce’s last film. This one will be stuck with you for the ages. I recommend everyone to see it, even those who don’t like martial arts films usually.

Feb 04, 2013

The Dragon Master -- nothing more need be said --- a most sad and untimely death for all of us. (#3 student when he was in Seattle)

Nov 19, 2011

Unfortunately the library's sole copy is too scratched for the DVD players in my home.


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Feb 20, 2015

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Jan 25, 2018

Lee: You have offended my family and you have offended the Shaolin Temple.


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